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November 2 2013 | by Amal

Krrish 3 Movie Review by Jayaram Gopalakrishnan

The movie is deeply inspired from Hollywood which raises a genuine question among audiences: Why can’t Bollywood be innovative?

It was during June 2006, Rakesh Roshan envisaged the first superhero from India, Krrish on screen. Then came a path breaking film from SRK which opened up wide opportunities in the visual effects field. But it demanded a logical storyline and sensible execution to effect the hardship of the makers. This Diwali, Krrish returns again under the same banner with much cogency. The Bollywood may not have experienced a package of superhero and super villain elements. But is it all about a superhero movie. ? The movie is a nutshell of many Hollywood superhero and super villain products.


The film opens up with a voice over from Big B summarizing the story of its prequels. Rohit portrayed by Hrithik is experimenting on a device supposed to be the gift from Jadoo which can give life to the dead. Krrish is introduced shortly after an air plane struggling to land where he uses his powers to safe land the plane. On the flipside, Vivek Oberoi as Kaal uses his DNA to experiment on animals to create mutants and a virus and reap billions in profits as the antidote can be made only using his DNA.His plans fail when the virus is introduced in India as Rohit Mehra with the help of Krrish creates the antidote. How do Krrish and Rohit deal with Kaal and his army? What is the mystery behind Kaal?


Hrithik Roshan is the one reason that holds the film steady. He portrays 3 different roles of Rohit, Krishna and Krrishfluently and distinct. He is passionate, charming and storming at every moments.He is electrifying in action sequences as Krrish. Priyanka Chopra has nothing much to do rather than supporting Hrithik Roshan. Kangana has pulled of a meaty role from her previous flicks. The movie explores various possibilities of actress in her but this is not the best. Vivek Oberoi is mostly used for his complacence in wheel chair. His abilities are barely used in the movie. He closely resembles Magneto from X-Men.

Technical Departments

Director Rakesh Roshan has complemented his abilities after Krrish. He has conceived the film well in terms with Indian audiences. Still the movie is not a superhero subject as a whole as one would expect an innovative script to completely focus on the supernatural elements and dreadful action sequences. It cannot be called a total rip from the Hollywood movies as most of the action sequences needs applause as they are made with limited resources. The art sector needs special accolades may it be the trysting cities or the haunted Kaalki Kayanat. The Visual effects are pretty decent as they have corrected many sequences to look original. The song sequences are beautifully choreographed which were needless in the movie. The extended climax is a green signal for thrillers but it is not so healthy.

Bottom line

The movie is deeply inspired from Hollywood which raises a genuine question among audiences: Why can’t Bollywood be innovative?It is not the script which has flaws but the screenplay which needed more care. It can be made as a genuine thriller if they have worked on the characters of Vivek Oberoi and mutants. Hrithik is the saving grace for the movie. The movie is going to be a fascination among child audiences which the makers have consciously attempted at. The emotional elements are adequate and is an integral part of Indian movies. Krrish 3 is a superhero movie that stands out on Indian lines but lacks innovation and engrossment. A rating of 3.25/5 makes it a one-time watchable flick for Hrithik Roshan.

Rating: 6.5 / 10


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